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Jeffery Epstein, 66, was found dead in his Manhattan jail cell on August 10th, 2019 of suspected suicide. Epstein had been accused of sexually abusing multiple women as children and was registered as a Level 3 sex offender in November 2011. 

His death has ended the almost decade-long criminal case against him. Now, his lawyers have cited civil forfeiture as their way of compensating the women he allegedly sexually abused. 

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adult-beer-bottle-blur-174936-300x225Palm Beach County Fire Rescue firefighter Juan Ferro Saenz was arrested on July 28 for allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol.

Saenz, 25, faces one charge of driving under the influence of alcohol. He was released on his own recognizance the next morning. It is unclear if he has acquired the services of an attorney.

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squad-car-1209719_1920-300x162Darran Johnson of Boynton Beach, Florida was arrested on August 14 for his alleged involvement in last month’s crash that killed Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy Benjamin Nimtz.

Johsnon, 32, was charged with DUI manslaughter, DUI with damage to another’s property, vehicular homicide, reckless driving causing injury, driving with a suspended license, and possession of marijuana. He was also ticketed for speeding and running a red light. He was ordered held without bond.

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close-up-court-courthouse-534204-300x167Rick Rossi, a former bus driver from the Cabrillo Unified School District in San Mateo, CA, has been convicted of worker’s compensation, auto, and insurance fraud by a San Mateo County Judge.

Rossi, aged 60, claimed to have suffered an injury to his right eye after having a co-worker blast a high-pressure water hose at him in 2015. Rossi purportedly said that the injury left him with severe headaches and blurry vision, making it difficult to drive his vehicle. As recompense, Rossi requested worker’s compensation benefits from the Cabrillo Unified School District.

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adult-africa-african-1035588-300x200Bobbi Segel, a grandmother from Kissimmee, Florida, won $1,000 in the lottery this year. A state agency had intercepted all her winnings due to what she says is a mistake. Whether Segel has hired an attorney to help her get her winnings back or not is yet to be discovered.

Segel purchased a lottery ticket to test her luck. When she scratched the card to find that she had won $1,000, she was ecstatic. Segel was hoping she could use the winnings to pay for a family trip and repairs to her home, which had been damaged in Hurricane Irma, according to the press.

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